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Minnesota Twins Tickets

Apr 24Wed 06:40 pm

From $6.83

Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Apr 25Thu 12:10 pm

From $9.27

Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Apr 26Fri 06:38 pm

From $16.08

Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Angels

Angel Stadium, Anaheim, CA

Apr 27Sat 06:38 pm

From $15.95

Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Angels

Angel Stadium, Anaheim, CA

Apr 28Sun 01:07 pm

From $4.13

Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Angels

Angel Stadium, Anaheim, CA

Apr 29Mon 06:40 pm

From $6.06

Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Apr 30Tue 06:40 pm

From $4.78

Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

May 01Wed 01:10 pm

From $3.83

Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

May 03Fri 07:10 pm

From $13.69

Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 04Sat 01:10 pm

From $16.84

Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 05Sun 01:10 pm

From $11.93

Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 06Mon 06:40 pm

From $5.31

Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 07Tue 06:40 pm

From $9.07

Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 08Wed 06:40 pm

From $9.29

Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 09Thu 12:10 pm

From $11.57

Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 14Tue 06:40 pm

From $20.92

New York Yankees at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 15Wed 06:40 pm

From $21.68

New York Yankees at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 16Thu 12:10 pm

From $14.98

New York Yankees at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 17Fri 07:10 pm

From $33.51

Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Guardians

Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH

May 18Sat 06:10 pm

From $37.46

Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Guardians

Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH

May 19Sun 01:40 pm

From $28.89

Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Guardians

Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH

May 20Mon 06:45 pm

From $17.54

Minnesota Twins at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

May 21Tue 06:45 pm

From $10.53

Minnesota Twins at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

May 22Wed 01:05 pm

From $12.39

Minnesota Twins at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

May 24Fri 07:10 pm

From $16.44

Texas Rangers at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 25Sat 01:10 pm

From $18.91

Texas Rangers at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 26Sun 01:10 pm

From $16.84

Texas Rangers at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 27Mon 01:10 pm

From $11.09

Kansas City Royals at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 28Tue 06:40 pm

From $8.81

Kansas City Royals at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 29Wed 06:40 pm

From $11.71

Kansas City Royals at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 30Thu 12:10 pm

From $10.32

Kansas City Royals at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

May 31Fri 07:10 pm

From $27.37

Minnesota Twins at Houston Astros

Minute Maid Park, Houston, TX

Jun 01Sat 03:10 pm

From $32.91

Minnesota Twins at Houston Astros

Minute Maid Park, Houston, TX

Jun 02Sun 01:10 pm

From $17.94

Minnesota Twins at Houston Astros

Minute Maid Park, Houston, TX

Jun 04Tue 07:05 pm

From $7.25

Minnesota Twins at New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY

Jun 05Wed 07:05 pm

From $15.52

Minnesota Twins at New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY

Jun 06Thu 07:05 pm

From $10.04

Minnesota Twins at New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY

Jun 07Fri 06:40 pm

From $29.93

Minnesota Twins at Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA

Jun 08Sat 04:05 pm

From $41.83

Minnesota Twins at Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA

Jun 09Sun 01:35 pm

From $30.96

Minnesota Twins at Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA

Jun 10Mon 06:40 pm

From $11.80

Colorado Rockies at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 11Tue 06:40 pm

From $12.63

Colorado Rockies at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 12Wed 12:10 pm

From $12.63

Colorado Rockies at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 13Thu 06:40 pm

From $17.16

Oakland Athletics at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 14Fri 07:10 pm

From $20.00

Oakland Athletics at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 15Sat 01:10 pm

From $22.18

Oakland Athletics at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 16Sun 01:10 pm

From $18.94

Oakland Athletics at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 18Tue 06:40 pm

Tampa Bay Rays at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 19Wed 06:40 pm

From $34.27

Tampa Bay Rays at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Jun 21Fri 06:40 pm

From $20.01

Minnesota Twins at Oakland Athletics

Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA

Jun 22Sat 01:07 pm

From $16.67

Minnesota Twins at Oakland Athletics

Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA

Jun 23Sun 01:07 pm

From $23.17

Minnesota Twins at Oakland Athletics

Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA

Jun 25Tue 06:40 pm

From $23.17

Minnesota Twins at Arizona Diamondbacks

Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ

Jun 26Wed 06:40 pm

From $22.98

Minnesota Twins at Arizona Diamondbacks

Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ

Jun 27Thu 12:40 pm

From $22.11

Minnesota Twins at Arizona Diamondbacks

Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ

Jun 28Fri 06:40 pm

From $17.23

Minnesota Twins at Seattle Mariners

T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA

Jun 29Sat 07:10 pm

From $23.93

Minnesota Twins at Seattle Mariners

T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA

Jul 08Mon 07:10 pm

From $7.47

Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jul 09Tue 07:10 pm

From $8.36

Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jul 10Wed 01:10 pm

From $9.44

Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jul 29Mon 07:10 pm

From $17.85

Minnesota Twins at New York Mets

Citi Field, Queens, NY

Jul 30Tue 07:10 pm

From $10.04

Minnesota Twins at New York Mets

Citi Field, Queens, NY

Jul 31Wed 01:10 pm

From $7.81

Minnesota Twins at New York Mets

Citi Field, Queens, NY

Aug 09Fri 01:10 pm

From $5.89

Cleveland Guardians at Minnesota Twins

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Sep 21Sat 04:10 pm

From $29.38

Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox

Fenway Park, Boston, MA

Sep 22Sun 01:35 pm

From $23.12

Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox

Fenway Park, Boston, MA

Minnesota Twins

League: American League (AL)

Division: AL Central

Stadium: Target Field (capacity 38,544)

Manager: Rocco Baldelli (2019-present)

Star Players: Sonny Gray, Pablo Lopez, Royce Lewis

2022-23 Regular Season: 87-75 (1st in AL Central)

2023 Postseason: ALDS (defeated 3-1 by the Houston Astros

Legendary Former Players: Kirby Puckett, Kent Hrbek, Frank Viola, Tony Oliva, Bert Blyleven (pitcher), Johan Santana (pitcher), Joe Mauer, Rod Carew, Harmon Killebrew, Jack Morris (pitcher) 

World Series Titles: 3 (1924, 1987, 1991)

Minnesota Twins

Before the Minnesota Twins were the Minnesota Twins, the franchise spent six full decades in the nation’s capital as the Washington Senators from 1901-1960, during which time they were also commonly referred to as the Nats or Nationals (D.C. would revive this second moniker in 2005 when the city acquired the floundering Montreal Expos franchise, giving birth to today’s Washington Nationals) and won the World Series once, in 1924 (it would not return to D.C. for 125 years). The name Twins was chosen for the Minnesota franchise in order to reflect the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, with Minnesota used instead of Minneapolis to avoid alienating fans from across the river in St. Paul and the team has worn a twin Minnie and Paul mascot logo on their shirtsleeves for most of their seasons since. The Twins had a strong start in their new home, registering a winning record in two of their first four seasons before winning the American League in 1965 with a record of 102-60. They faced the red-hotLos Angeles Dodgers in the World Series and pushed the Californians hard in a see-saw of a series, ultimately undone by the legendary Sandy Koufax, who took to the mound for three of the Dodgers wins (Game Two, Game Five, and Game Seven), in which the Twins managed just a single run! Nevertheless, Game Seven was a heartbreaker, a frustrating 2-0 defeat in front of a crowd of over 50,000 Twins fans in the Metropolitan Stadium. The Twins would largely disappear from the postseason after that until 1987, when, led by the indomitable Kirby Puckett and symphonic hurler Frank Viola, they not only posted their first winning season in close to a decade, but ended up beating the Detroit Tigers in the ALCS to reach the World Series for the second time since moving to Minnesota. The Twins came up against a seasoned St. Louis Cardinals team with a much better regular season record, and went down three games to two after three straight losses away in St. Louis. They welcomed the Cardinals back to the Twin Cities with an 11-5 battering in Game Six, then came from behind in Game Seven to win 4-2 in front of 55,000-plus delirious fans (with plenty from St. Paul, Minneapolis, and no doubt all around Minnesota). The Twins would soon be back, besting the Toronto Blue Jays in five in the ALCS to earn the right to take on the National League’s rising 1990s powerhouse, the Atlanta Braves, in the 1991 World Series. It was another epic seven-game encounter that is frequently considered among the best World Series of all time, featuring incredible pitching on both sides, huge crowds in both cities, a massive television audience, and an incredible five games decided by a single run. Game Seven in Minnesota was won by a soccer score, 1-0, in the 10th inning after neither team could manage a run through nine innings despite several very close shaves and a few debatable calls by the umpires. Twins pitcher Jack Morris went the full distance, blanking the Braves for ten full innings (when manager Kelly tried to pull him after nine, Morris insisted on continuing, to which Tom Kelly supposedly, and admirably, replied, “Oh hell. It's only a game.” Morris went three up, three down in the inning. In the bottom of the 10th, with the winning run on third and one out, Braves manager Bobby Cox rolled the dice hard, ordering intentional walks of heavy hitters Puckett and Kent Hrbek, loading the bases but setting up the possibility for a game-saving double play. Pinch hitter Gene Larkin, a backup player with a dodgy knee who probably didn’t expect to see action, was called to the plate and smacked the very first pitch into a gap in the outfield to break the deadlock, winning the game and the World Series in front of their fans again. With just two playoff series wins in the three decades since that dramatic victory, It was to be the last really great Twins moment to date, though no doubt one that fans in Minnesota who saw that game wouldn’t trade for the world. With one of those two postseason victories coming in 2023, however, in a 2-0 Wild Card win over the Toronto Blue Jays, a new generation of Twins fans will be hoping to see their team thrill them with some new playoff memories in the seasons to come. 

Minnesota Twins Rivalries

The Minnesota Twins have divisional rivalries with the Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Guardians, and (especially) the Chicago White Sox. These rivalries all extend way back in history to the franchise’s time in Washington, but heated up considerably in the 2000s after MLB’s restructuring of the divisions led the teams to contest the AL Central each year. Most memorably, the Twins were forced to play the Sox in 2008 in a single-elimination game to reach the playoffs after both teams finished with identical regular season records (Chicago won 1-0 on a solo home run).

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